Some women wish they could make a home made pregnancy test either for privacy reasons or because they can’t afford to buy a home made pregnancy test kit. So far there has been no pregnancy tests that you can concoct at home so a home pregnancy test kit is about as private as it will get.
If that is not possible there are free clinics in almost every city that administer free pregnancy tests. They will keep your information confidential so you don’t have to worry about them calling anyone.
It’s very likely that if there were a home made pregnancy test that the ingredients would cost as much as the home pregnancy tests that you can buy. For those looking for a home made pregnancy test look at the other possibilities that are here now.
Small Town Resources
Even if you live in a small town you can find resources that you probably don’t even know exists. Many cities have extension offices to reach out to the surrounding communities to offer them the same resources as the city dwellers have. Call your local Red Cross and they should be able to tell you about the community resources available to you.
Perhaps you have a trusted friend that could help you with the home pregnancy test. If you think you may be pregnant and especially if you have already missed a period you will need to see a doctor right away. If it is a secret you are trying to keep you may not be able to keep it for long, especially if you are pregnant.
Another resource to look into is local churches. Since churches come into contact with so many people that need help they are usually aware of community resources and they might be able to refer you to a resource that would be helpful to you.
There are several links online leading to home made pregnancy tests but instead of it being for a home made pregnancy test it is other people asking for one or how to make one.
One more resource you might consider that every town should have is the Salvation Army. They know about a lot of resources and might be able to help you with the ones you need. Don’t be afraid to reach out for the help you need and above all if you believe you are pregnant; see a doctor as soon as possible.